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% video to obama's debate disaster in november. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. >>> welcome back to "hardball." first up, the video that turned out to be the low-point for the romney campaign. the candidates taped comments to donors down in florida that nearly half the americans are lazy and happy to be on the government doll. it's simply known as the 47% video. let's listen again. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. the there are 47% of the people who are with him who believe that they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. so my job is not to worry about those -- i'll say they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >> never trust the caterers. let's take a look at the 47%. it seems to be one of the things, if you're right about this election, it's the numbers. first of all, they occupy people, 1%, all of the second-degreen, 1% became the thing to talk about. and then the 47% being anybody who's on any kind of benefit program, whether it's disability or retirement or mil
way, up next, these people are looney. from the 4 47% video to president obama's debate disaster in november, you're watching "hardball" the place for politics. argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> it is not a slam dunk, but democrats and republicans on capitol hill are reportedly close to a deal aimed at at least portions of the fiscal cliff on overting tax hikes on middle income americas. they're still vague about delaying across-the-board spending cuts known as the sequester. stay with msnbc for more updates. now back to "hardball." >> let's dig into the turning points of general election. first up, the video that turned out to be the low point for the
by an unforgettable debate performance. >> barack obama has been re-elected. >> the gun control debate invigorated in the wake of several deadly mass shootings one in a temple in wisconsin and the other during a midnight movie in colorado. >> i kept thinking i'm not going to die in here. >> but nothing rocked the country more than the shooting death of 20 children and faculty in newtown connecticut. >> i love you all very much and it is going to be ok, because i thought that was the last thing they would ever hear. >> for us who remain let us find the strength to care on. >> trayvon martin became a household name. >> are you following him? >> we don't need you to do that. . >> a shooting death of by a watch captain sparked a heated debate on race and justice. the states had jerry sandusky sentenced to life behind bars. >> they can treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. >> some of our heroes fell from grace there was lance armstrong. >> stripped of his seven tour de france titles. >> stopped in his tracks by a doping scandal. our greatest g
didn't mention romney's 47% remarks in the first debate. but president obama made up for the later in the second debate, on the final question when romney could not respond, president obama got the final say on the 47%. >> when he said behind closed doors that 47% of the country consider themselves victims? who refuse personal responsibility? think about who he was talking about. folks on social security who have worked all their lives. veterans, who sacrificed for this country. students, who are out there trying to hopefully advance their own dreams but also this country's dreams. soldiers who are overseas fighting for us right now. people who are working hard every day, paying payroll tax, gas taxes, but don't make enough income. and i want to fight for them. that is what i have been doing for the last four years, because if they succeed i believe the country succeeds. >> there is a lot more coming up in the next half hour of "the ed show." stay tuned. >> i just have to say what we should not be doing is take away your rights to bargain for better working rights. >> in 2012, pres
. >> the obama campaign and the not surprising decision of mitt romney and debate moderators to never raise climate change for the first time since 1988. if you go back to the tape in 1988 where dan quayle was asked about the fact carbon was warming the earth, yeah, that's going to be a problem, we should do something about it. here we are 24 years later and it doesn't even get a mention in any of the debates. >> i have another video assist from my answer here. the worst move, the worst decision of the campaign was to do what you're about to see at the republican convention. >> oh. >> i just wondered, are all these promises and then i wondered about, you know, when the -- what? what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. i can't do that to himself. you're absolutely crazy. >>> up next, the rising star of 2013, and the best and worst political theater of the presidential campaign, and, of course, biggest winner, bigger loser person of the year, and the donald trump award. ♪ sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and ch
cambian y es relegada. >>habrá un debate amplio, el sentir de la poblacion que exigio al presidente barack obama que pusiera el control de armas en el primer lugar. >>ha llegado el momento de resolver la situación migratoria de once indocumentados que viven en el país >>da la impresion de que se está comenzando a empantanar las buenas intenciones >>anunciamos la marcha para enero 21 >>los inmigrantes anunciaroin que marcharán por las calles de chicago, el dia de toma de posesion del barack obama >>en los Ángeles se preparan marchas similares. >>otro factor que pudiera complicar el debate para antes de junio, es el retiro de un juez de la suprema corte de justicia, lo que daria paso a un elegir a su sucesor >>los repúblicanos saben que perdieron la casa blanca porque perdieron a los latinos, si quieren tener posibilidad a largo plazo, tienen que recuperar a los latinos, y la reforma migratori es el primer paso >>y se incremento el salario mínimo en diez estados. en washington 9 dólares 19 cenetavos en san francisco, en esa ciudad se incremento en 10 dólares 55 centavos para el año
an election. i remember the debate. the first debate. won by romney. the way i was looking at it. obama is not doing bad. not doing great but basically you got to knock out the champ to beat him. it didn't see a knock-out. all my friends like sean hannity, i sit next two on twitter and they're scoring the debate minute by minute, everything going on in social media. in that case, romney was the winner. that's true with fundraising. each campaign raised $1 billion. how much money is that? for what? >> andrea: how could you think that obama was doing just okay job? just h -- >> juan: i thought he was doing fine. >> andrea: the only person in the world. i wish you for my math teacher in high school. >> greg: mitt lost. like talking about the game won by the last place team. it doesn't matter. >> eric: not surprised this is the big story. >> juan: how many hours did we spend talking about the election? >> eric: hours. >> juan: thank you. >> andrea: give him a mulligan. do another one. eric, what about you? >> eric: my favorite story, i don't why, but the red bull, the guy who jumped out lit
between obama and romney on foreign policy. i think romney -- i read a few -- about that debate and one of the things i went back and read was romney's speech in virginia where he made the most -- the kind of boldest statement on foreign policy. that is a rough speech. people who wanted romney, should read that. that the speech where he said we should be do much more about syria, keeping more troops in iraq, and then it keeps coming back to this notion that obama is leading this appalling -- apology tour and he doesn't believe in america. and i think that language about criticizing the democrats on being wimpy on fighting the fight against communism issue there's a direct line and the use totalitarianism and communism, and the tea party language of today. so i do think that there's a lot of kind of similarities, but what is remarkable to me is that -- what i guess is obvious to me is that mitt romney cannot do what richard nixon did. he can't paint himself as an ordinary guy. he can't good back and say, look at my car and look at my house, it's an ordinary looking house and i have this
the debate. the first debate. won by romney. the way i was looking at it. obama is not doing bad. not doing great but basically you got to knock out the champ to beat him. it didn't see a knock-out. all my friends like sean hannity, i sit next two on twitter and they're scoring the debate minute by minute, everything going on in social media. in that case, romney was the winner. that's true with fundraising. each campaign raised $1 billion. how much money is that? for what? >> andrea: how could you think that obama was doing just okay job? just h -- >> juan: i thought he was doing fine. >> andrea: the only person in the world. i wish you for my math teacher in high school. >> greg: mitt lost. like talking about the game won by the last place team. it doesn't matter. >> eric: not surprised this is the big story. >> juan: how many hours did we spend talking about the election? >> eric: hours. >> juan: thank you. >> andrea: give him a mulligan. do another one. eric, what about you? >> eric: my favorite story, i don't why, but the red bull, the guy who jumped out little space -- there it is. bo
in that debate between obama and romney on foreign-policy. i think romney, you know i have read in salon about that debate and one of the things i went back and read was from the speech in virginia where he made the kind of bold a statement on foreign-policy. that is a rough speech. that is the speech where he says you know, we should be doing much more about syria and should be keeping more troops in iraq and doing all this sort of stuff. he keeps coming back to this notion that obama is leading this apology tour, that he doesn't really believe in america. i think that language in 1952 about criticizing the democrats as being wimpy on fighting the fight against communism, there is a direct line. on that i feel very safe and there is also direct line about the use of totalitarianism and socialism on the part of the chastised within the republican party and the tea party language of today. so i do think that there's a lot of kind of in similarities but what is remarkable to me is that you know, i guess what is odd to me is that ms. -- mitt romney cannot do what richard nixon did. he can't paint
action or debate, no further motions be in order to any nominations and any related statements be printed in the record and president obama be immediately notified of the senate's action. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent the senate consider calendar number 645 and we proceed to vote with no intervening action or debate on the nomination, the motion to reconsider be considered made and laid on the table with no intervening action or debate, and no further motions be in order to the nomination, any statements related to the nomination be printed in the record, that president obama be notified of the senate's action. the presiding officer: without objection, so order. if there is no further debate, all those in favor say aye. opposed nay. the ayes seem to have t. the ayes have it. the nomination is confirmed. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent the foreign relations committee be discharged from further consideration of the following foreign service nominations: presidential nomination 1878, gary green, presidential nomination 1970, fill limb goldberg;
norte , las campañas arrancaron con más vigor presidente barack obama y mitt romney accedieron a presentarse a un foro auspiciado por univisión , los días pasaron y las horas de enfrentarse cara a cara llego en el primer debate precidencial , y en los otros dos últimos debates cambio cerca de 12 millones de latinos acudieron as las urnas a las 11:15 las cadenas de television anunciaron que obama había ganado a las 1 de la mañana del miércoles 7 mitt romney , acepto su derrota el presidente dedicaba su triunfo a quienes creyeron en el . >>> realizo su tradicional maraton , obligando a las personas a cerrar el año tuvo como propositio , las donaciones sirven para financiar programas en los condados de marin san francisco y san mateo . >>> uno de los beneficios es que podemos dar un recibo para que rebaje los impuestos quienes acudieron a la sede en sdn francisco , disfrutaron de música en vivo comida y golosinas las bolsas de plástico son cosas del pasado exige ofrecer bolsas de papel recicable la medida , busca reducir el número de bolsas que van al vertedero en la lim
after that near disastrous first debate? >> well, what is interesting is obama tried to put on a happy face with his campaign and would go from person to fern, dr. phil style, sort of soothing people and trying to make them feel betterment but the people who mr. really close to him, david axelrod, really knew that he was significantly impacted by this. he was really shaken by the entire event. very confident guy, but like any really confident person when they get knocked off their legs, they are up set. and they instituted sort of this buck up (program internally that included a visit with his former press secretary robert gibbs, a drive around the driveway in a chevy volt. >> he complained ever never got to do. >> he nearly gave one of the grounds keepers a stroke. >> you always hear that this president doesn't pay attention to the critics, he tunes out the washington chatter. guess what, his staff had to take away his ipad because he was looking so darn much at the reviews after denver. >> warner: which would only depress him and the staff. >> that's right. >> warner: we have to leav
that the governor did not wage a more aggressive campaign to unseat president obama. and instead he played safe and libya the third debate and sitting on it the last eight days of the campaign. after hurricane sandy hit the east coast, the governor disappeared from the news cycle, apparently that was fine with him, he had many opportunities to speak with urgency in the the last weekend, but passed. so president obama's team run by the brilliant david axlerod won the fourth quarter big. they could point at voters who might support them and get them out on election day. the romney campaign made local appearances, saying the same thing over and over and over. early on election night when trends began to appear i said this, the changing country, the demographics are changing it's not a traditional america anymore and there are 50% of the voting public who want stuff. they want things. and who is going to give them things? president obama. he knows it, and he ran on it. >> bill: now, that's the truth. and there's no denying the statistics in exit polling. however some liberal americans were outraged
have more time to debate them. vice president joe biden came to will capitol shortly before midnight to help sell the deal. president obama released a statement shortly after the senate vote. it reads in part "tonight's agreement ensures that going forward we will continue to reduce the deficit through a combination of new spending cuts and new revenues from the wealthiest americans. i will continue to fight every day on behalf of the middle class and those fighting to get into the middle class to forge an economy that grows from the middle out, not from the top down." >>> that vote may not come right
a clip from the january republican debate when fox is moderator questioned newt gingrich about his food stamp comments. >> you refer to president obama as the food stamp president. it sounds as if you are seeking to the little people. [boos] >> first of all, juan, the fact is, more people up and put on food stamps by barack obama than any president in american history. [applause] heineman the politically correct or not supposed to use facts that are uncomfortable. >> that was newt gingrich being questioned by fox news juan williams at a presidential debate. walter mosley, your response? >> this interesting, at a struggle with cnn a little bit because i had written about the poetry of the statement. food stamp president is billion. it is like a whole book of things in three words. he applies them, so he's not releasing it. when you watch the clip, it is the same thing. he says, "well, jun," and he stops. i am talking to some of the of color print the way he does it is so -- he is a master at that. i wanted to talk about how bad is the kind of the all-i wanted to talk about how that is th
for more leverage with debt ceiling debate and also the spending cuts debate that's coming up in two months. and obama can tell his people we're going to stand firm and go for that next $600 billion -- you know, $600 billion in tax increases. maybe tax reforms. everyone has an argument to make in the future and i think that is probably why this is going to pass. >> all right. we'll leave it at that. thank you very much. again, happy new year to you. >> thank you. >> coming up at 10:30 a.m. i'll talk to republican congressman tom cole. straight ahead, sending well wishes to hillary clinton. we'll have new details on the health of the secretary of state. keep it right here. >>> we continue to follow breaking news this new year's day. the house is meeting in a short time to take up its version of the bill to pull us back from the fiscal cliff. the senate came through with the deal in the wee hours of this new year. now it's up to the house to come to an agreement and vote before the financial markets have a chance to react when they open tomorrow. majority leader cantor is reportedly saying th
have done some good for the country . taken care of the revenue side of the debate. it is time to redouse washington's out of control spending. >> president obama called the vote the right thing to do for the country. republicans compromised on the tax rates and democrats gave in on the state taxes. - estate taxings. >> there is another crisis looming on the horizon. lawmakers have to worry about the debt ceiling. the u.s. roached the legal borrowing limit yesterday . the treasury department is taking measures to buy time until the end of february including suspending investments and benefit fund saids for federal workers or they will not pay the country's billos time. congress must vote now to raise the debt ceiling and setting the stage for yet another battle on capitol hill. a new year brings new numbers on the paycheck of thousands san francisco workers. a higher minimum wage comes in . carolyn tyler has the details. >> the street prides itself on the salaries paid to workers in the back of the house. cooks and dish washers and a record high minimum wage rose in from 8.50 i
there's no evidence of that. >>> president obama and governor mitt romney squared off in three debates. joe biden and paul ryan came out swinging. >>> renew his calls for drawing a red line on iran's nuclear program. all options are on the table but stopped short of issuing you will at this mate um. released report accusing cyclist lance armstrong of using performance enhancing drugs. his fall from grace cost him his 7 tour de france titles. >>> jerry sandusky. >>> devastation in the northeast as super storm sandy slammed into the coast. the storm caused the heaviest damage in parts of new york and new jersey. knocked out power to millions and caused a gas shortage that led to long lines and rationing. >>> president obama won a second term in office. >> we remain more than a collection of red states and blue states. we are and forever will be the united state of america. >> republicans retain control of the house and democrats kept their majority in the senate. and days after the election a scandal hit washington. the cia director david patreuas resigned. a man murdered 20 children an
come down to the presidential debates, someone says, well, i wonder if he responds to that and obama asks a question about that. of course, the issue is in my mind, which of the gaffes are ones that we ought to pay attention to? do they represent a true character flaw? do they represent the capacity we want them to act? we all make mistakes. >> they are there in the public, and now with the internet and youtube and places like that, they not only are distributed broadly and quickly, but there also is an archive capability to go back and find out what barack obama said in 1998 or what mitt romney said in may that, by the way, there was not win bit of coverage on 47% in may. it was a public event, a public fund raising event, but nobody told the story to the media back in may. it was not until the video popped up that it's back in the process in late august or early september. >> host: what mistakes have politicians made in the past that you document in "oops" that are fatal? >> guest: fatal, okay. let me work from the current backwards a little bit. i think, you know, when rick perry
especially in 2010 under the obama administration when they took it very hands-off attitude basically saying we are not going to get involved in the outcome of the iraqi political debate. all we care about is having free and fair elections. to my mind, that is a mistake and it's proven to be a mistake in practice, because it's allowed a essentially the elements to seize power in iraq. but it's a mistake that wasn't made by our forebears in the days of the cold war. in the early days of the cold war the truman administration and eisenhower administration didn't take the attitude we don't care of communists come to power in france or italy or japan as long as the host the elections that's all they care about. that was in their attitude and they were willing to do things such as pouring american funds into the political campaigns which on some level may be seen as prejudicial to the interest of free and fair elections which they understood correctly to actually be in the long run interest of preserving democracy in those countries. as agreeing to rethink through some of the -- some of the self-
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